RDI™ Consultant Maisie Soetantyo will be offering a two day RDI™ workshop in Okayama City, Japan at the beginning of the new year.
Day 1: Learn about Dynamic Intelligence and how this ability opens the door for greater quality in life. Topics covered include:
- Updated research on Autism
- An overview of the RDI™ program
- How RDI™ targets the core deficits of ASD
Day 2. Parents and Professionals will learn about making lifestyle changes through meaningful daily opportunities and dynamic communication.
Location: Okayama City, Japan:
Okayama University Hospital MUSCUT CUBE
Date: January 7-8thth, 2017
Contact/Registration: Dr. Makiko Kishimoto, firstname.lastname@example.org
RDI® Consultant Maisie Soetantyo will be offering an introduction to RDI® workshop in Japan at the beginning of the new year.
Date: January 9th, 2017
Location: Yokohama City
For more information view our flyer on the right.
A New Perspective on Autism: The RDI Remediation Program
Please join us this January 14th, 2017 at the San Jose State University for a free, three hour introductory presentation on the research and fundamental practices behind the RDI® Program.
We invite you to join us at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Library on the San Jose State University campus on Saturday, January 14th 2017 for this free, three-hour overview of the Relationship Development Intervention (RDI) and the Guided Participation parenting model. Learn about the true core deficits of autism and what parents and professionals can do together to overcome the cognitive, social, communicative and emotional challenges that limit the lives of even the highest functioning individuals on the autism spectrum.
Sponsored by the Catch Clinic
Admission is FREE, but since space is limited, please register here.
Join RDI® Program Certified Consultant Kat Lee and her guest, RDI® Program Certified Consultant Lisa Palasti, as they discuss RDI® goals in the home. Kat and Lisa are both moms as well as RDI® consultants and will talk about the everyday application of RDI® in the family. Not a member of the community? Learn more here